Campus life is a big part of the university experience. From the charm of turn-of-the-century residence halls to new state-of-the-art housing, Penn offers singles, doubles, townhouses and apartments.
The residence halls on the William Penn University campus are designed to offer a variety of living arrangements for our students. William Penn places great care and emphasis on your living environment, creating a sense of community and an atmosphere of cooperation, safety and responsibility. Residency is required for all full-time students unless you are living with a spouse or parent, are a military veteran, age twenty-one or older or have completed at least 58 credit hours or an A.A. degree.
Room assignments are based on seniority, honors status, and availability of space. Handicap-accessible rooms/baths are available upon request by contacting the housing director. Residence hall and roommate preferences should be listed on your Application for Housing. For complete housing information and policies, download the Student Handbook.
**Effective July 1, 2008** William Penn University is a completely smoke-free campus in accordance with the Iowa Smokefree Air Act. Smoking is strictly prohibited anywhere on campus, including all buildings, grounds and vehicles.
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